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The 2012 NFL regular season has reached it’s conclusion. The Green Bay Packers are back into post-season play in order to try to find their way back to the Super Bowl once again. Green Bay has once again battled back from numerous injuries and put themselves squarely into the post-season playoff race. While decisions about additions in free agency and preparations for the 2013 NFL Draft have been put on hold, the 2013 NFL schedule for the Green Bay Packers has already been formulated. Dates and times for games will be determined later this year, usually in April.
Teams from the NFC North will face off in their usual home and away divisional series. All the teams form the NFC North will square off against teams from the NFC East as well as the AFC North. At-Large games, which are determined by how teams finish the season in their respective division will be played against teams from the NFC South and the NFC West.
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The sister of rumored soon-to-be free agent Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings voiced her displeasure with Aaron Rodgers' performance during the team's loss to the Vikings on Sunday.
Wow! The kids in elementary school (in the insurance ad) aren’t as hard on Aaron Rodgers as the sister of Greg Jennings. No discount double check applicable to Valyncia Jennings. Despite the fact that her brother was targeted 12 times and had 120 yards receiving in the Green Bay Packers loss to the Minnesota Vikings, she was still less than satisfied.
She’s an example of how...
The Packers wanted to be the NFC's No. 2 seed in the playoffs and earn a first-round bye. Instead, Green Bay's loss Sunday in Minnesota not only forces the Packers to play next weekend, it also set up a rematch with the Vikings.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 37-34 loss to the Vikings:
Passing Offense: A-
It's difficult to find much blame in Green Bay...
Going into the Wild Card Weekend of the NFL Playoffs we’ve done a Top 10 ranking for the QB, RB, WR, and TE positions. Obviously, the player pools are greatly reduced and that is reflected in the rankings. If you’re still involved in any of the various playoff format fantasy leagues/challenges, then these are the [...]The post Aaron Rodgers tops the list for Wild Card Weekend...
Director of Football Operations John Dorsey has been with the Packers since 1984
With so many teams expected to be cleaning house starting tomorrow, it’s very possible the Packers could be on the verge of losing yet another key member of their front office. John Schneider was hired as Seattle’s general manager in 2010 and Reggie McKenzie was named to the same position by Oakland...
Green Bay's leading receiver Randall Cobb has been ruled out of the game at Minnesota because of ankle and knee injuries suffered last week.
Cobb was listed as questionable on the injury report. With the NFC North title already clinched the Packers decided on Sunday to rest Cobb, who doubles as their kick returner. Cobb has 954 yards and eight touchdowns receiving, plus one...
Recent playoff games in Lambeau have not been kind to Packers fans…next weekend will be no different.
My predictions are ALWAYS wrong, so…Packer fans…enjoy the very real possibility that what I am about to write will be dead wrong…because it usually is.
That being said, the POSSIBILITY that I may be wrong is really the only hope the Packers have of not being embarrassed...
Pictures from the Vikings’ 37-34 win over the Green Bay Packers at Mall of America Field in Minneapolis
In week 17, the NFL regular season finale, the NFC North Division Champion Green Bay Packers travel across the Mississippi River to take on the Minnesota Vikings in the Humpty Dump. At stake for the Packers is nailing down the number two seed in the NFC playoffs and a first round bye. For the ViQueens, a win means -- in all likelihood -- getting the sixth seed in the playoffs. Do...
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By JOAN NIESEN
MINNEAPOLIS When a quarterback talks about surges, most of the time he's talking about linebackers and linemen, about hulking monster-men out for his midsection and the ball. But on Sunday, when Aaron Rodgers talked about surges, he meant something very different.
The surge on Sunday in Minneapolis stopped the Packers for a full quarter....